Tuesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Dundee United captain Jon Daly believes the Tannadice side will have to be at their best to get past Slask Wroclaw in the Europa League. (Daily Express)

Rangers boss Ally McCoist will warn new Aston Villa manager Alex McLeish to stay away from his top players Allan McGregor and Steven Davis. (Daily Mail)

Celtic have contacted struggling Spanish side Deportivo La Coruna about their £2.5m-rated goalkeeper Dani Aranzubia. (Daily Express)

Germinal Beershcot's 19-year-old midfielder Victor Wanyama wants to join Celtic this summer. (Daily Express)

Former Motherwell defender Mark Reynolds is in Austria to discuss a loan move to Sturm Graz from Sheffield Wednesday. (Daily Express)

Ross County have signed Queen of the South midfielder Rocco Quinn. (Daily Express)

Former Parkhead boss Gordon Strachan says Neil Lennon's Celtic will be stronger than last season in the new campaign. (Daily Record)

And Lennon is determined to land the Scottish Premier League title to reward the commitment of the supporters. (The Sun)

Dutch midfielder Edwin De Graaf has returned to Easter Road in determined mood after failing to make an impact at Hibs last season before going back to the Netherlands on loan. (Daily Record, The Sun)

St Mirren and Morton are considering bids for freed St Johnstone striker Peter MacDonald. (Daily Record)

Manchester City's Vladimir Weiss could yet make a return to Ibrox after his proposed move to Udinese fell through. (The Sun)

Manuel Pascali says he is untroubled by the lack of new arrivals at Kilmarnock. (Daily Record)

Centre-half John Potter insists he is joining Dunfermline with a point to prove after not playing at his peak with them in 2000. (Daily Record)

OTHER GOSSIP

sportscotland orders an investigation into the governance of the Scottish Wrestling Association. (The Herald)

Andy Murray reveals that his under-cover Wimbledon match against Spain's Daniel Gimeno-Traver was only his second on grass indoors. (Daily Express)

Scottish racing driver Dario Franchitti reveals he spent hours psyching himself up to go flat out in his IndyCar win at Milwaukee Mile. (The Sun)

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